Blue Tara Mala - Rudraksha mala
Rudraksha Mala : Blessed by Nature
Beautiful hand strung knotted Rudraksha Mala Prayer Beads, for meditation and self adornment. Blessed by nature, the Rudraksha are imbued with power for positive thinking, balance, and prosperity.
Hangs nicely at mid chest level near the solar plexus or Manipura Chakra.
Made in Bali and blessed by nature to bring you balance, peace and prosperous thinking.
Blue Tara Mala : meditation beads
Blue Tara is the nepalese goddess that reigns over sound, clearing paths, communication, mantras and overcoming obstacles.
Her mantra is:
OM BHIM TARE VRIM
This Mantra is to praise her power with poetry and to call her to be embodied into you to clear obstacles, enhance communication, empower you to speak when needed as well to help you bring it to others with confidence.
This dark blue to black mala roots you deeply, enhances communication, clears obstacles and brings powerful force.
Blue malas give mental abilities, health, connection with spirits, peace, knowledge, communication, and protection. Also psychic awareness. Corresponds to Ajna, and Vishuddha, the third eye and the throat, the 5th and 6th chakras, and the musical notes A and G.
Black malas give the mystical wisdom that comes with true spiritual initiation. they also offer protection, and repelling negative energy. Black corresponds to Muladahara, the 1st or root chakra, and the musical note C.
Rudraksha Seeds - Shiva Tears
Blessed by nature, Rudraksha (Sanskrit : रूद्राक्ष) are a seed traditionally used for prayer by Yogis. The sacred Rudraksha is the seed of an evergreen tree used for making organic jewelry such as Mala Prayer Beads. This Seed naturally has a wonderful effect on the energy and strength of a person and enforces your prayers and actions with wisdom.
The Rudraksha Mala can be worn all of the time, and it is also good to wear it when bathing or swimming in natural water, as the water flowing over the Rudraksha and on to your body is beneficial to you.
Rudra (रुद्र) and Aksha (अक्ष)
Aksha means teardrops. A (अ) means "to receive", ksha (क्ष) means "to give", so this word is significant to the giving and receiving of life and in life.
Rudra (रुद्र) is one of the Vedic names of Shiva.
Hence, the name Shiva Tears.
Rudraksha (रूद्राक्ष) has the ability to clear our tears and bring happiness, and to help us remember the balance of life and find power in it. This Sacred natural seed is said to be very good for travelers and people who eat and sleep in a variety of places, helping to bring them comfort, safety and the ability to feel at peace wherever they are.
Meditation and yoga practice:
Manipura Chakra : The solar plexus:
Rudraksha Mala, made in Bali and blessed by nature to bring you balance, peace and prosperous thinking.
About the number of beads: 108 beads for counting plus 11 Rudraksha as consciousness reminders. The number 11 is significant in Hinduism and Yogic practice as the number that relates to the gateway of heaven and divinity. Total of 119 beads with two significant numerological meanings.